The Ever Ready Kayaks

Choosing the right kayak for your next adventure can be a real challenge if you are not sure where to start. You must first determine what your needs are before you can start shopping for a kayak. It will also depend on where you are using your kayak and how big that you need it to be. Keep reading to learn more about the different types of kayaks available.

Pelican Apex Kayak Review

The Apex 100 is a very beginner-friendly kayak. Its ultra-stable design makes it easy to maneuver, even for a first time paddler. But don’t get me wrong – it’s not a strictly “beginner” kayak – it will suit the needs of a variety of paddlers, both novice and experienced.

This kayak is perfect for exploring lakes and cruising down slow rivers. It’s definitely not a white water capable craft, but that should be obvious based on its design. We like that its lightweight design makes it easy to transport back and forth. This Pelican Apex weighs just 40 lbs., so it’s a breeze to carry with a friend, and can be carried by one person if need be, although it’s a bit awkward to carry because of its size.

The Apex 100 offers a surprising amount of storage space. It’s easy enough to load a good 20 lbs. of camping gear onto this craft without much of an effect as far as performance goes. The storage capacity and ample space for add-on accessories make this craft a great choice for kayak fishing, as well!

Sun Dolphin Kayak Review

The Sun Dolphin Aruba 10 Sit-In Kayak is great for river and lake trips. This one-person touring and expedition kayak features a paddle leash, adjustable foot braces, adjustable padded seat and protective thigh pads to keep you comfortable while you’re out on the water. Multiple storage compartments give you plenty of room to store all your gear, while durable Fortiflex® material keeps your kayak lasting for years to come.

  • 1-person sit-in kayak
  • Great for rivers and lakes
  • Shock cord deck rigging
  • Large open cockpit
  • Carrying handles
  • Paddle leash
  • Adjustable foot braces
  • Protective thigh pads
  • Adjustable padded seat
  • Storage compartment
  • Water bottle holder

Finding a good kayak doesn’t have to be a pain. There are a lot of them available that are reasonably priced and also good quality. Regardless of which one you choose, you will have a great time kayaking. Do plenty of research online so you can find the right kayak for you. It may take some time but if you search online and ask experts for help, then you will find the highest quality kayak available on the market today.